The Dahlonega Arts & Wine Festival returns for the sixth year
Those who want an extra drink of their favorite selection can do so for $ 8. People who don’t want to do a tasting can buy a glass of wine for $ 10. Participants will also be able to purchase wine by the bottle.
Participating wineries include Etowah Meadery, Habersham Winery, Three Sisters Vineyards & Winery, Kaya Vineyard & Winery and its sister property, Twisted Wine Garden. This year will also feature craft beer from the Dahlonega Brewery. People can buy a 16-ounce serving for $ 8.
Participants will be able to take their garden chairs and blankets to enjoy the weekend jazz concerts from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. on both days. Hancock Park.
Saturday’s entertainment lineup begins with Curtis and Kim Jones, followed by Bob Bakert with the Bill Hart Band and Gainesville Jazz Jam. Sunday’s performances, in consecutive order, include Carolyn Ross and Retro Gumbo; Tommie Macon and the Gentle Men of Jazz; the Bill Hart Band; and the Dahlonega Festival Jam Band.
From noon to 1 p.m. Saturday, the Visitors Center Gazebo will feature jazz by music teachers from the University of North Georgia.
People will have the chance to purchase raffle tickets at a booth in Hancock Park to receive a StreetMaster Series Martin guitar. The winning ticket will be drawn at the 2022 Bear on the Square Mountain Festival. Chestatee Artists will use the funds raised during the raffle to teach students in grades 4 to 12 “musical skills to preserve and promote the music of the region. .
Wearing a mask will not be compulsory; however, the event will provide face covers for those who wish.
For more information visit dahlonega.org.